Like many Atlantic storms during the hurricane season of 2008, Tropical Storm Fay began as a wave off the Cape Verde Islands on Africa’s west coast. Steered by winds, it moved slowly westward across the Atlantic Ocean but never seemed to develop circulation or convection. Fay would become infamous for its meandering course, taking it back and forth across Florida like a windshield wiper. It would be the only storm in history to make landfall on Florida four times. When Traver ...

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